Posts tagged: Tuition and Fees - Diverse

Innovative Strategies for HBCUs Proposed at CBC Conference

by | September 21, 2017
A range of solutions and strategies emerged Thursday at the inaugural HBCU “braintrust” of [...] Read more

Former Obama Officials Launch Legal Group to Challenge DeVos

by Maria Danilova, Associated Press |
WASHINGTON — A group of Obama administration officials is starting a legal aid organization t [...] Read more

Organizations Call for DeVos to Halt Student Loan Policy Changes

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 19, 2017
The regulatory changes being pursued by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos in the student [...] Read more

Sweet Briar Preparing for Fresh Start

by Catherine Morris | September 6, 2017
Sweet Briar College, an all-women’s school located in the Virginia foothills of the Blue Ridg [...] Read more

Lawsuit: Charlotte School of Law Defrauded Taxpayers Out of $285M

| August 28, 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A lawsuit is accusing the Charlotte School of Law of defrauding taxpayers o [...] Read more

Maine Community College Tuition Frozen for Upcoming Year

by Associated Press |
PORTLAND, Maine — Tuition is being frozen at Maine’s seven community colleges for the comin [...] Read more

Nation’s Oldest HBCU Focused on Sustainability

by Gia Savage | August 23, 2017
Alumni and experts weigh in on the future of 180-year-old Cheyney University as the nation’s [...] Read more

Veterans Get Expanded College Assistance Under Trump

by Darlene Superville, Associated Press | August 17, 2017
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — Military veterans are getting unlimited access to college assistance unde [...] Read more

Report: Student Borrowers Mired Deeper in Debt

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 16, 2017
More student loan borrowers are finding themselves deeper in debt and taking a longer time to p [...] Read more

Troubled For-profit Law School in North Carolina Closing

by Associated Press |
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The alumni association president of a troubled, for-profit law school in No [...] Read more

Finances a Troublesome Subject at Many HBCUs

by Reginald Stuart | August 14, 2017
When college leaders across the nation begin rolling out their welcome mats for the coming scho [...] Read more

Private Colleges Say Collaboration Would Drive Down Tuition

by Catherine Morris | August 3, 2017
The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU) has proposed that Con [...] Read more

Recipients Attest to Impact of Cooke Foundation Scholarships on Journeys

by Catherine Morris | July 31, 2017
Since its origins in 2000, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has offered a range of grants and sch [...] Read more

Applications Pile Up for University of Montana’s Top Job

by Associated Press | July 25, 2017
MISSOULA, Mont. — A recruiting company official says 98 people have applied to be the next pr [...] Read more

Scholars’ Research Challenges College ‘Mismatch’ Theory

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 24, 2017
Low-income students could have a better shot at upward mobility if they had greater access to m [...] Read more